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City Council’s burn pile decision commendable
May 22, 2003
Earlier this month, the Eudora City Council did something rather unique. At the same meeting that it received a resident’s complaint about the city burn pile, it decided to eliminate burning at the site, north of Birch Street near the river.
Piper loots Eudora’s state hopes at regionals
May 22, 2003
Eudora’s dreams of a state championship were trampled Tuesday in Tonganoxie. Blowing a 3-0 fifth inning lead, the Cardinals fell 7-3 to the Piper Pirates in the first round of regional play.
City uncertain of pool opening date
May 22, 2003
An opening date for the Eudora Swimming Pool is undetermined at this time, although City crews are working numerous, additional hours to prepare the pool for operations.
Think of the children
May 22, 2003
Memorial Day deadlines
May 22, 2003
Forschen-Pitts
May 22, 2003
Paulsen-Fries
May 22, 2003
School calendar
May 22, 2003
Emerson John Ott
1917-2003
May 22, 2003
Services for Emerson John Ott, 85, Lawrence, were Monday, May 19, at Rumsey-Yost Funeral Home. Burial was in Pleasant Hill Cemetery.
Henrietta A. Fulks
1922-2003
May 22, 2003
Clinton A. Williams
1918-2003
May 22, 2003
Relay finances survivor programs
May 22, 2003
When Eudora cancer survivor Rose House first heard about Camp Bluebird, a retreat for adults with cancer, she was skeptical because she didn’t want to be surrounded by doom and gloom.
Community calendar
May 22, 2003
Increased access
PowerSchool a parent’s monitoring tool
May 22, 2003
What could be a parent’s dream come true could also be a student’s worst nightmare.
Broncos buck Cards, 6-0
May 22, 2003
Regional play was not a hit with the Eudora softball team. Actually, it was just a hit.
The Redbirds strike back
Track team re-emerges with forceful performance at Frontier League meet
May 22, 2003
Rarely is the sequel better than the original, but Eudora’s second trip to Wellsville in less than a week was far better than the first.
Days gone by
May 22, 2003
From old friends to New York
2003 EHS graduate gives modeling the old college try
May 22, 2003
Like many of her classmates, Tonie Barnett was prepared to enter college. She’d filled out the paperwork and got accepted to Kansas University. But now she’s not even sure whether she can attend this summer’s orientation.